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How can I continue an MBBS after a BSc in nursing in Australia?


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Australia is among one of the most developed countries in the world. With the availability of world-class infrastructure, updated technologies, international recognised degrees and education programmes with a new versatile teaching methodology that makes it the most popular study abroad destination in the world. 


MBBS can be continued easily in Australia after completing B.SC nursing as the session ends by December of every year and a new session of MBBS commence from the month of January every year. So one can easily join MBBS, as B.SC nursing final year-end before the MBBS new session begins. The entrance exam for which will be held in September, hence one must apply 9 to10 months before the academic year begins for MBBS. 

Being MBBS a six-year undergraduate course in Australia, it involves lots of theoretical classes, followed by various rigorous practice sessions. To appear in MBBS in Australia minimum age limit is 17 years with completion of class 12th and scoring of minimum 7 in LETS. For international students who wish to enrol in Australian college for MBBS degree must have qualified UMAT (Undergraduate Medicine and Health Science Admission Test) exam, the same eligibility criteria go for other undergraduate courses (B.SC) also except the UMAT.
Above are some website name to find the best nursing colleges in Australia.


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